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PE & The Care of Children and Young People

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Physical Education & The Care of Children & Young People
(Unit 24)

Craig Strong

North East Worcestershire College

2012-13 Aims and Objectives

By the end of this unit you should:

Know the structure of physical education within the curriculum

Understand the importance of physical education in society

Be able to structure a lesson of physical education

Know the responsibilities of those who work with children to safeguard and promote their welfare, and strategies for safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults PE is a compulsory activity in the national curriculum.

Children from the age of 5 to 16 will have PE lessons scheduled into their timetable

PE lessons include a variety of activities such as games, gymnastics, swimming and racket sports

Children work as both individuals and members of a team as well as learning about the importance of healthy active lifestyles Two Assignments (Assignment 1) Physical Education Curriculum Lesson Planning, Safety and Wellbeing Physical Education and the National Curriculum The NC attempts to raise standards in education and set out a range of learning experiences which have been pre-determined by the government

Administered by the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (QCDA) which is part of the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF)

Their main role is to advise and support schools and colleges to deliver and develop the NC, including a variety of test and examinations Structure of the NC

Education in England, Wales and NI is structured into Key Stages

PE is a core subject at all Key Stages

One of five subjects pupils must pursue from entry at the age of 5 until the end of compulsory schooling at 16 Stakeholders in Education

The Government and QCDA make use of other experts to advise them in the design of the national curriculum.

These are people, groups and organisations with an interest in education, called stakeholders

These stakeholders are keen to ensure that the NC provides individuals with the opportunities to develop the skills and abilities needed in modern life Skills Active

An organisation that works across the UK to help the government achieve its key objective of developing a healthier, fitter nation National occupational standards

Independent body that acts as a stakeholder in education

Main objectives are as follows:
Identify skills and knowledge needed for occupations
Provide a reference to assess ability and training needs
Identify and support careers paths National Governing Bodies

Organising bodies for individual sports
Funded by Sport England, NGB's set the strategic direction for the development of their sport
NGB's play an important role in supporting recent government initiatives which influence curriculum design for PE Youth Sport Trust

Charity that strives to improve the quality and quantity of PE and sport for young people

Key areas:
Raising the standards of PE and school sport

Improving educational standards through sport

Getting more young people involved in sport

Creating opportunities for young leaders and volunteers

Supporting sporting talent in young people Physical Education in the National Curriculum

Children are required to demonstrate skills, knowledge and understanding in a variety of physical activity areas

These include games, gymnastics, swimming, dance, athletics and outdoor activities Physical Education in the National Curriculum

Pupil progress is measured by teachers, based on four strands of assessment:

Acquiring and developing skills

Selecting and applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas

Evaluating and improving performance

Knowledge and understanding of fitness and health Key Stage Year Group Age

Foundation Pre school 3-5
1 1-2 5-7
2 3-6 7-11
3 7-9 11-14
4 10-11 14-16 Task

Using the information provided, in small groups produce a mind map providing information on the Key Stage selected…. Early Years Foundation Stage (ages 3-5)

Physical development main objective at this stage

Using play to develop skills and coordination

Children learn how to share and cooperate in group settings

No formal assessment Key Stages 1 and 2

PE in primary schools

Learn new skills as a foundation for physical literacy

Practice new skills through a range of sports

Use creativity in dance and gymnastics

Respond to problem solving and challenge activities

Know how to improve aspects of performance and know why activity is important to health and fitness

Cross-curricular links with other subjects such as ICT Key Stages 3 and 4

Concentrates on improving the range of skills, techniques and tactics

Analyse how mental and physical capacity effects performance

Critically evaluate, analyse and judge the quality and effectiveness of performances

Make informed decisions about getting involved in a lifetime of healthy physical activities Key Concepts

4 key concepts that now underpin the study of

Health and active lifestyles Range and Content

The study of PE should include activities that cover each of the following:

Outwitting opponents

Accurate replication of actions, phrases and sequences

Exploring and communication ideas, concepts and emotions

Performing at maximum levels in relation to speed, height, distance, strength or accuracy

Identifying and solving problems to overcome challenges of an adventurous nature

Exercising safely and effectively to improve health and well-being Qualifications in PE at Key Stage 4

Most pupils are now able to gain some sort of qualification in PE or sport which provide the basis for future study and progression

GCSE Dance and PE

14-19 Diploma in Sport and Active Leisure

BTEC First Diploma in Sports Leadership

Level 1 Sports Leadership Award QUIZ

What does QCDA stand for?

Name two stakeholders we have discussed today

What school year group covers Key Stage 1?

Name the four key components that underpin the study of PE at Key Stages 3 and 4

Name any qualification in Sport and Physical Education at KS4 Key Learning Points

Purpose and structure of the NC

Stakeholders have a significant influence on curriculum design and content

Key Stage study of PE

Qualifications in sport available at Key Stage 4

Any questions?
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